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war gex Friday, September 19th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
6 months6 of 7 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
*Tippmenn A-5 with Flatline
Marker Setup: *Smart Parts SP-1
*Tippmenn Trimph SSL-200 Electronic Loader
*A Stock would be nice
*Double trigger
*Remote Line

Over All you dont need to do any thing to this gun
Strengths: *Light
*No chop
*Performs fine on both Air/Co2
Weaknesses: *Feed neck position
*Red Light
*Battery Rattle
Review: Pros:
*Accurate with Stock barrel
*No chop
*Easy to mod, Take care of, and maintain
*Price 150$ I'm poor
*Performs fine on both Air/Co2
*When useing Co2 it dose not jump up and down (I have had my tank covered in ice and still shoot fine)
*Works submerged under water (so it wont brake if it rains)

*Feed neck position
*Red Light from button to change settings and turn on gun
*Battery Rattle (you can just rap the sides nothing you cant fix for under a 1$)

I love this gun I have used it for woodsball and speedball and I am still amazed
Conclusion: Cheap for whos wallet impared, I have not had one issue with my gun, I love useing it, and I dont brake paint. I could go on but all I have to say is -(BUY IT)- have fun
10 out of 10

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